Mingle: A Participative Exercise to Motivate the Understanding of Cross-Cultural Differences in International BusinessArticle
Culture and currency explain many differences between domestic and international business and financial operations. Courses in international management and finance frequently focus on the currency issues; however, they should include consideration of related cultural differences as well. We describe a classroom exercise that introduces students to the variety and discomfort of cultural differences and provides a context for discussing the influence of culture on a firm's managerial and financial operations.
business, international, cultural, management, finance
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White, Mark, and Ellen M. Whitener. "Mingle: A Participative Exercise to Motivate the Understanding of Cross-Cultural Differences in International Business." University of Virginia Online Scholarship Initiative (1996).
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